The lure of the sequin propelled her into show-business and a starring role in the legendary Pearl Box Review.
Oh, and the protagonist in the sequin dress is actually a boy.
Our purser happened along and gave Don a letter which I recognized as being from Mrs. sequin.
"No, mam," he said dejectedly as he assisted Mrs. sequin to alight.
"Tell her to wait," said Mrs. sequin without turning her head.
Mrs. sequin's existence, if restless in town, was trebly so in the country.
"A bride who doesn't see her duty, should be made to see it," declared Mrs. sequin to Mrs. Ivy in her most impressive manner.
The 'sequin Box' never came into requisition, nor is it likely to do so.
The family skeletons that had always lurked in the sequin closets, seemed to revel in their commodious new quarters.
Then I gave him a sequin, on the clear understanding that he should never utter a word again to me concerning you.
1610s, name of a former Italian and Turkish gold coin, from French sequin (17c.), from Italian zecchino, name of a Venetian coin, from zecca "a mint," from Arabic sikkah "a minting die." Meaning "ornamental disc or spangle" is first recorded 1882, from resemblance to a gold coin. Related: Sequined (1890).